Welcome to Gateway Chiropractic, your family chiropractor! Our St. Louis chiropractic office provides a comprehensive set of manual medical treatment techniques, including Radial Shockwave Therapy and X-Ray Motion Study, that provide lasting, drug-free pain relief and help our patients live their best lives.
If you are in pain right now, do not hesitate to schedule an appointment at Gateway Chiropractic. Dr. Sas and the entire Gateway Chiropractic team located in our St. Louis clinic are eager to help you find natural, drug-free pain relief that helps you feel great again. Learn more about our whiplash, migraine, headache, bulging disc, and other treatment services, our chiropractors, and the conditions we treat, such as the numbness and tingling caused by Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
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Everyone here at Gateway Chiropractic is excited about coming to work every day. For us, there is nothing more satisfying than helping patients in pain experience welcome relief and a new sense of energy and joy for life.
Dr. Sas is extensively trained in a wide variety of chiropractic techniques. After a full diagnosis of your condition, we will tailor a treatment plan to address your individual and unique pain relief and healing needs.
Shockwave Therapy Shockwave therapy is an FDA-approved healing modality that accelerates the healing of damaged soft tissues. It works by increasing blood flow to damaged tissues to speed the recovery process while also promoting the growth of new healthy tissue.
Chiropractors aren’t medical doctors because they don’t have an M.D., but they do have a doctor of chiropractic degree. They have considerable chiropractic training and are licensed chiropractors.
Chiropractors begin their education by earning a bachelor’s degree with a science focus. Following graduation, individuals enroll in a four-year chiropractic curriculum that includes both classroom and hands-on training.
All states in the United States require chiropractors to hold a doctor of chiropractic degree from a college authorized by the Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE).
Some chiropractors opt to focus on a certain area of practice. They complete a second residency that lasts between two and three years. There are over a hundred distinct chiropractic techniques to choose from. There is no guarantee that one strategy is superior to another.
Some chiropractors prefer to specialize in a number of different areas, describing their approach as “diversified” or “integrated.”
Regardless of expertise, all chiropractors must pass an exam to acquire a license to practice. They must also attend frequent continuing education classes to stay current in the area.
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